This is not exactly a good time to be thinking about a perfect first date as my day haven’t been really good. Nevertheless, let me try to picture what a perfect first date means to me.
It should be memorable and it should be a date that leaves us wanting for the 2nd one. I do not expect super romantic gestures from him, but if it could be coupled with humor and respect it would be impressive. I don’t need a bouquet of flowers, but I would love it if he can pick me up from my place. Well, if he shares the same interest as I do, we would probably idle the noon away visiting interesting places of interests (like museums) in the country. By dusk, he should whisk me away to a restaurant with a relaxing ambiance. It’d be good if he had made reservations so that I don’t have to queue for anything. A good end to the night might be strolling along scenic and breezy areas and just chatting and getting to know each other better.
By the end of the night, if he could send me home and give me a heartwarming hug it would sum the day up on a good note.
There you go, my idea of a perfect first date. To me it is more of the substance and whether we can connect well. Even if I was brought to a 5-michelin star restaurant or even if he had booked the entire restaurant for us, it would be a bore to me if I have nothing to say to this person or have nothing in common with him. On a perfect 1st date, I hope my cheek aches from smiling/laughing so much.
Funny how all these sounds so simple but yet I find it hard to attain these days. I’m going to get some shut-eye now and think about possibilities. Would end this post with a happy gif. taken with the best friend hoping at least my dreams would be sweeter.